This course will support you to understand the relationship between multiple complex needs and trauma. Through focusing on the psychological and systemic impact of developmental, compound and continuous trauma you will develop an understanding of the rationale for Trauma Informed Approaches, reflect on your current practice and develop key trauma-informed skills. Each module contains multiple training videos from experts in the field, which sit alongside downloadable tools, worksheets, materials and links to further reading.
Length: 4 modules, Duration: 30 - 45 mins of study per module.
Passionately working across organisational boundaries to develop new approaches to address health inequalities, Dr Williamson has a national reputation as leader in the development and delivery of services to address the needs of complex and multiply disadvantaged populations.
Emma is also the CEO of aneemo Ltd staff training and development company, works in private practice, teaches on the Clinical Psychology Doctorate at the Kings College London’s Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience and is a published author; regularly talking at conferences, in national media, TV documentaries & news programmes.
Rachel Brown is a Clinical and Community Psychologist who specialises in working in partnership to develop psychological and trauma informed environments. Rachel works both independently and as the Senior Psychologist and Clinical Lead for Second Step, a mental health and homelessness charity.